Living in a real, foundation-to-roof house in Copenhagen is like finding gold-dust. Which, I guess, means that Gitte Christensen lives at the end of a rainbow. Her home, the bottom third of a three story house on the island of Amager, is the kind of place you spend your life creating. A light-drenched sun room filled with plants and gently rustic furniture, her perfectly curated desk and bookshelves filled to bursting; the many rooms of the home seem to open up as one continuous space.
Given that Gitte is an interior stylist and runs a sustainable design website Objects & Use, it’s not surprising that she’s managed to capture that magical feeling of not trying particularly hard while the results look impeccably her: stylish and thoughtful.
— Rebecca Thandi Norman
See our interview with Gitte here (and for a limited time, enter to win a 400 DKK gift card to her webshop)!
Here comes some serious interior inspiration, photographed by Freya McOmish: